ASTM UOP733 - 10 - Residual Triglycerides in Deoxygenated Feedstocks by GC
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ASTM UOP733 - 10

Residual Triglycerides in Deoxygenated Feedstocks by GC

Status : Current   Published : March 2010



This method is for process control to quickly determine by gas chromatography (GC) the presence of residual triglycerides and partially deoxygenated intermediates in deoxygenated feedstock derived from plant oils and animal fats including but not limited to canola, jatropha, soy, palm, or algal oils. An approximate carbon distribution of product naphtha, kerosene (jet fuel), and diesel derived from the deoxygenated feedstock is also determined through carbon number 24 (C24) although there may be some interferences from partially deoxygenated feed components.

The lower limit of quantitation for any individual component or grouping is 0.01 mass-%. n- Paraffin values may be biased slightly high due to non-normals eluting at n-paraffin sites.

After it has been determined that there are no residual triglycerides, fatty acids, or partially deoxygenated intermediates in the sample a more detailed distribution can be determined by UOP Method 732, "Analysis of Distillate Fuels Derived from Oxygenated (Bio) Feedstocks by GC."

Standard NumberASTM UOP733 - 10
TitleResidual Triglycerides in Deoxygenated Feedstocks by GC
Publication Date01 March 2010
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
File Size1.852 MB

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